Raising Your Challenging Child
Ten-session workshop, Raising Your Challenging Child: Foundations in Parenting, starting February 23rd. This class is for parents and caregivers of children (ages preschool through middle school) with challenging behaviors.
Learn more, and register here: Spring 2014 - 10 Session Workshop - Raising Your Challenging Child.
March 17th - RDI Moms Around the World - 7pm EST - Online Webinar Series - www.rdiconnect.com (subscribers only)
March 21st - Behavior is Communication: Demystifying Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans - with Yvette Young DeCosta - 9am to 3pm - 4th Annual Parent Empowerment Conference - Eleanor Roosevelt High School • 7601 Hanover Parkway • Greenbelt, MD 20770
April 17th - Technology Tools for Students with Autism: Innovations that Enhance Independence & Learning - with Katharina Boser - 8:30am to 4pm - Project Access Annual Conference for Parents and Professionals - Gateway Campus • 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive • Columbia, MD 21046
April 21st - The Ages & Stages Of Social Communication: Approaches For Teaching Relationship Development - 7:15 pm - Center for Communication and Learning's Parent University - Har Shalom ECEC • 11510 Falls Road • Potomac, MD 20854
Sarah Wayland, Ph.D.
Does your child:
- Struggle in school?
- Have trouble regulating emotions?
- Have difficulty relating to others?
- Have challenging behaviors, ADHD, an autism spectrum disorder, a learning disability, or some other difference that makes it hard to function at school or at home?
Exceptional parents know it can take a lot to parent these kids.
- Do you want to help your child function more effectively?
- Are you unsure how to best support and guide your child?
- Are you struggling to coordinate your child’s care?
I can help.
My Special Needs Navigation Services will provide you with the resources and knowledge you need to confidently and effectively help your children. I know how to effectively navigate clinical care and educational systems, how to evaluate reports, and how to help you prioritize. With this information, you can avoid the anguish of lost time and the senseless waste of money.
As an RDI™ consultant, I work with parents to show them how to teach their children the essential skills that make relationships work. You will learn how to identify problems, and through a highly customized program that takes both your profile and your child’s profile into account, you will learn how to teach the missing skills. I also work with teens and adults to help them learn the skills necessary for making and maintaining meaningful relationships.
What are people saying?
"Sarah was able to look at the whole picture of my child.... Her knowledge, background and expertise was invaluable in that she could review all of the reports and evaluations and translate my child's needs into something that I could present to a school committee. After meeting with Sarah, I feel so much more confident to clearly articulate the areas in which my child needs additional support. She took the complicated jargon, broke it down and related it to an easy to follow process with the language I needed in order to work with the school system." J.B., Hyattsville, MD
"Sarah Wayland has been a wonderful support to our family - Mom, Dad, our 13 y/o daughter and our 12 y/o son both adopted from Russia. She offers true dedication and expertise as a coach towards helping our family achieve healthy, happy and productive relationships. We are very grateful to her." M & M, Potomac, MD
It's easy to get started.
To make an appointment, send e-mail or call (301-768-8503). I can give you the tools you need to be an exceptional parent to your exceptional child.